A finely crafted piece of  furniture can be the focal point of any room. It takes a combination of function, design, and quality wood to make each piece beautiful. Bookcases, an entertainment center, end tables, steamer trunks, bunk beds, they all have endless possibilities.  These are just a few examples that have been built in our workshop.

These Steamer Trunks are a timeless heirloom piece. They're absolutely beautiful! To order yours, send us a message with type off wood and a stain color. We'll get it made.


This hickory craft cabinet has five drawers, several shelves, and two dowels to keep spools of ribbon neat and organized. The space created for the Cricut cutting machine is on a pull out shelf for convenience, as well as a grommet in the back to accommodate the machine's power cord. The worktable has six cubbies on the outside of each leg as well as casters on the bottom, for easy mobility around the room.

This pine and maple Kitchen Hutch  has three drawers and 3 cupboards on the bottom half. The top half has a shelf and 3 cupboards with a glass panel in each door, allowing you to see your beautiful dishes. This is stained with a Zar Merlot. This piece has a slightly distressed finish.



 Pub Table

This maple butcher block island table has two
fixed shelves, a pull out drawer to store utensils
and other little treasures, and for convenience,
the handle can be used as a towel bar. Makes 
great additional work
space in your kitchen!
This project had four components to it. There is a mantle between two cabinets containing adjustable tempered glass shelves and two railings with wainscoting underneath of them. The railings also have tempered glass between the widest pieces of wood to give the room a more open atmosphere. The cabinets are made of a combination of Bird's Eye, Curly, and unselected (hasn't been sorted for color) Maple. The railings and wainscoting are unselected maple.  There is a live edged (still has the bark on it) piece used for the mantle and a piece between the top and bottom cabinets.

Lights have been installed in both upper and lower cabinets allowing you to clearly see all of the treasures on display. A
grommet was placed in one cabinet to allow electrical cords access through. Lastly, there are plug-ins installed on the mantle to allow easy access for those holiday decorations.

The arched
 top, distressed finish, and antique brass hardware give this Steamer Trunk that heirloom quality. This piece's outer box is maple and is lined with Aromatic Cedar. There are two removable drawers, that rest on an inside ledge, also made from Aromatic Cedar. The inside of lid contains a small plaque that was personalized, as it was a graduation gift from this girl's parents.

This steamer trunk is oak and lined with Aromatic Cedar and has antique brass hardware. The flat top allows use for displaying a quilt, pillows, or other decorative pieces. To complete this simple but dimensional piece, it has medium walnut stain used with a satin polyurethane finish.

This simple curio cabinet is made from cherry. Due to small children being around this piece, it was thought safer to have plexiglass used instead of glass. A light in the top shines down through the shelves allowing all pieces to be clearly visible. For the safety of the pieces on display, there is a lock on the top.



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